Dirt

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"Dirt" is the name of a short film produced by Chel White to accompany Joe Frank's monologue from The Dictator. It was originally produced in 1998 and was distributed online. It was made available at joefrank.com in March 2004.


Synopsis

A literal, live-action illustration of the story of a man who begins eating dirt as a childhood game and eventually finds vegetables growing from his own body. The text of the monologue appears in The Dictator.

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Angry Child | Bad Faith | Bottle for a Headstone | Countdown| Debi Mae at Burning Man | Dirt| Duplicity | Fire | Goodbye | Hitchhiker, The (short film) | Jilted Lover| Jiffy Lube Radio Spots | Joe Frank Band Rehearsal | Just An Ordinary Man | Live at Market Street | Magda| Memories (short film) | Perfect Woman, The | Rain (2003) | Rare Early Joe Frank Stories from NPR Playhouse (rebroadcast) | Summer Notes (short film) | Time's Arrow| Winter Love